Cue the confetti, exciting news day – I’m so thrilled to collaborate with Paper and Pear on an exclusive line of essential home organizing labels!
If you pop over to Paper and Pear’s online shop, you may recognize some of their products – that’s because I’ve used their labels for many happy years now, both in my own home and in clients’ homes. I love these labels because they’re such an easy and affordable way to create a cohesive aesthetic, a sense of order and calm, and help actually maintain an organizational system once it’s put in place. So many easy wins!
Balancing form and function, our new home organizing labels are as lovely to look at as they are useful. Whether you’re decanting your pantry to minimize waste, or organizing your linen closet with labeled bins to maximize space (or avoid folding those pesky fitted sheets!), you’ll find just the thing in our new collection. I’ve also curated our labels by room, so you can order just what you need for your next project – or get the whole bundle. And better yet, our label collection seamlessly coordinates with the step-by-step organizational guide in Minimalista – a match made in organizing heaven.
While we all love pretty organizational products (if you don’t… who are you, and how did you get here?), the heart of any business isn’t product, but people. When you shop the Minimalista x Paper and Pear collection, you’re supporting a small, family-owned, women-led business: every order is designed, printed, and packaged by hand from their home office in Minnesota and lovingly shipped to your doorstep. I love shopping small when I can, and especially supporting my fellow female entrepreneurs! The folks behind Paper and Pear are truly a delight – owner and founder Kim Negaard is so kind and generous, and it’s been really fun to see her small business grow over the years.
Click here to check out our new line and get your set! (And then get ready, get set – organize!) We’re also hosting a fun giveaway on Instagram. Enter here to win the entire line of labels plus a copy of Minimalista hot off the presses.
Happy organizing, friends!
Photography Credit: Vivian Johnson Photography